Ward-Prowse and Walker-Peters stunners nominated for Premier League goal of the month

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Kyle Walker-Peters' opener against City has been nominated for Goal of the Month
Kyle Walker-Peters' opener against City has been nominated for Goal of the Month

TWO Saints strikes have been nominated for the Premier League’s Goal of the Month competition.

James Ward-Prowse’s knuckleball free-kick against Wolves has been selected, whilst Kyle Walker-Peters’ volley against Manchester City has also been chosen.

Both goals were of fine quality – Ward-Prowse showcasing individual ability to deceive Jose Sa from long range, whilst Walker-Peters’ smart finish rounded off a devastating counter-attack.

No club had more than two players nominated, with Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech and Mateo Kovacic’s strikes against Tottenham and Liverpool, respectively, chosen.

In total eight goals will be pitted against each other, with notable strikes including Joshua Sargent’s scorpion flick against Watford and Kovacic’s nonchalant finish from outside the area in Chelsea’s draw with Liverpool.

You can vote for your favourite goal by going to https://preml.ge/gotmjan22.

What was your favourite strike out of the two? Let us know down below.

Nominated goals:

  1. Manuel Lanzini (CRY 2-3 WHU)* 1 Jan

  2. Alexis Mac Allister (EVE 2-3 BHA)** 2 Jan

  3. Mateo Kovacic (CHE 2-2 LIV) 2 Jan

  4. Richarlison (NOR 2-1 EVE) 15 Jan

  5. James Ward-Prowse (WOL 3-1 SOU) 15 Jan

  6. Joshua Sargent (WAT 0-3 NOR) 21 Jan

  7. Kyle Walker-Peters (SOU 1-1 MCI) 22 Jan

  8. Hakim Ziyech (CHE 2-0 TOT) 23 Jan

*Lanzini's first goal
**Mac Allister's second goal

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